Biases in long-term NO2 averages inferred from satellite observations due to cloud selection criteria

Record Type
Journal Articles
Full Title
Biases in long-term NO2 averages inferred from satellite observations due to cloud selection criteria
Author(s)
Geddes J, Murphy J, O'Brien J, Celarier E
Publication Title
Remote Sensing of Environment
Publication Date
2012 Sep
DOI
10.1016/j.rse.2012.05.008
ISSN
0034-4257
Volume
124
First Page
210
Last Page
216
Keyword(s)
Nitrogen dioxide, NO2, Ground level pollution, Satellite, Ozone Monitoring Instrument, OMI, Cloud fraction, Remote sensing, Cloud bias, Toronto, Air quality, Vertical column density
Citation
Geddes J, Murphy J, O'Brien J, Celarier E. Biases in long-term NO2 averages inferred from satellite observations due to cloud selection criteria. Remote Sensing of Environment. 2012;124 210-216.
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